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Wan’an No. 40 Air Raid Drill

The 2017 Wan’an No. 40 Air Raid Drill will take place between 1:30 PM to 2 PM on Thursday, May 18, 2017.

Notice

1. Once the air raid sirens go off, pedestrians and vehicles should follow evacuation instructions of police, military, and evacuation personnel to seek shelter and vacate the roads. The high speed rail, railway, metro, freeway and aircraft services will operate normally, but disembarked passengers and their pickup parties should follow the evacuation instructions given by the above-mentioned personnel.

2. The authorities plan to pilot text message notification service for the drill this time. Notification messages will be transmitted to any 3G and 4G mobile phones before and after the drill. Please comply with the drill.

3. Violation of traffic, lighting, acoustics and other required controls during the drill will be fined between NT$30,000 and NT$150,000 in accordance with Article 25 of the Civil Defense Act.

The Emergency Alarm Sound Patterns:
1 long note and 2 short notes. The long note will last for 15 seconds, and the short notes, 5 second each. There will be an interval of 5 second between each note. They will be repeated for three times at the total of 115 seconds.

Sound Patterns for the Termination of Alarm:
1 long note of 90 seconds in length.

Taipei
City Police Department
at Your Service


“The 2017 Wan’an No. 40 Air Raid Drill will take place between 1:30 PM to 2 PM on Thursday, May 18, 2017. Once the air raid sirens go off, pedestrians and vehicles should follow evacuation instructions of police, military, and evacuation personnel to seek shelter and vacate the roads. The high speed rail, railway, metro, freeway and aircraft services will operate normally. Citizens should pay attention to notifications and comply with the drill.”

  • Hit: 877
  • Updated: 2017/5/10 19:11
  • Reviewed: 2017/5/10 19:11

  • Source: Taipei City Police Department